Wild Life Regulations, CNLR 1156/96

The Wild Life Regulations regulate the taking of wildlife generally, as well as other activities that may disturb or disrupt wildlife. The Regulations also provide for the administration of angling, trapping, hunting, and fur dealing licences.

Furthermore, the Regulations regulate the import and export of wildlife, as well as the capture of wildlife for the purpose of keeping wildlife in captivity.

The enabling statute for these Regulations is the Wild Life Act, RSNL 1990, c W-8.

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: Newfoundland and Labrador

Topics: anglerbeaverbeaver management areabig gameconservation licencedomestic birdflyfur farmhunternuisancetraptrapline

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